Michigan’s only comprehensive center for all victims of abuse is located right here in our community. While you may think of LACASA as a place that shelters and protects victims of domestic violence, this independent, locally-based nonprofit is far more than a shelter.
LACASA Center helps hundreds of victims and survivors each year and we always are in need of basic necessities, food supplies, paper goods and cleaning products.
Douglas and Carol Rearick have been supporters of LACASA Center and its mission for more than two decades. Carol became involved with LACASA in 1991, when she was invited by a friend to help [...]
Steve and Kate Lowry are long-time supporters of LACASA Center and its mission to serve victims and survivors of child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault from our community. Kate has been a member [...]
Supporters of LACASA's mission for more than 15 years, Ron and Peggy Weingartz participate in a wide spectrum of activities to help victims of child abuse and interpersonal violence from Livingston County. The couple [...]
Mission Partners Albert and Judy Herzog of Brighton have been supporters of LACASA Center’s mission for more than a decade. Judy is a member of LACASA’s Board of Directors. She serves on several agency [...]
Company Profile: Chem-Trend About LACASA Mission Partner, Chem-Trend, Howell, MI Founded in 1960, Chem-Trend is a global organization focused on delivering value-added solutions to improve quality, reduce costs and boost the productivity of molding [...]
You can help LACASA Center each and every time you shop at Kroger or VG's Grocery. Link your Kroger Plus card and your VG's YES card to LACASA and we automatically receive quarterly checks.
Our unique, upscale resale boutique offers clients a place to shop with dignity for the things they need at no charge.